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HP yesterday unveiled its new line up of Elitebooks, Laptops and desktops to be available for users this year. All the devices announced will be launched with Windows 10 out of the box. The devices comes with many new features and improvements to battery life and more.

The HP Elitebook x360 1030G3 is part of the Elite Series which the company unveiled yesterday. The Elitebook weighs around 2.76 pounds and is expected to provide 18 hours of battery life. The device comes with active pen support along with 4G LTE capabilities. The device is expected to be available starting June and will be launching with a starting price of $1,449.

Next in the Elite Series is the HP Elite x2 1013 which comes with a 13 inch display and Intel Quad Core vPro Processors. The device is expected to be priced at $1,499 and also comes with 4G Cat9 LTE.

The HP Elitebook 1050 G1 priced at $1,899 comes with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics along with 4TB of SSD storage and an HP Privacy camera. The company promises 16 hours of battery life.

Along with the HP Elite Series, the company also launched new laptop devices as part of the ENVY Series with the first device being called as HP ENVY Curved AiO 34. The Curved AiO34 comes with Amazon Alexa with pale gold accents and an optional set of GeForce GTX 1050 discrete graphics.

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The company also unveiled HP ENVY 17 Laptop as part of the ENVY series which comes with an 8th Gen Intel Quad Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce MX 150 graphics. The device is priced at $1,049.99 and is expected to be made available from this month.

The HP ENVY 13 Laptop priced at $999.99 comes with 14 hours of battery life and like ENVY 17 is powered by an 8th Gen Intel Quad Core processor with an inbuilt security feature, Fingerprint reader.

The company also unveiled HP ENVY x360 which comes in two processor variants an AMD and Intel processor for the 15 inch model and AMD Ryzen processor for the 13 inch model. Both the devices are available for purchase on the company’s website HP.com with a starting price of $759.99 for the 13 inch model and the 15 inch model comes with a price tag of $749.99 for the AMD processor version and $869.99 for the Intel version of the device.

HP also announced its new Desktop version, HP ENVY Desktop which is priced at $799 and comes with an 8th Gen Intel Core processor and an optional Intel Optane Memory.

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